- 1. Catholics and Jehovah’s Witnesses both base their teachings on the Bible. 2. They both believe in afterlife but in a different manner ‘“ Catholics on having immortal souls, while Jehovah’s Witnesses on resurrection of the dead. 3. Catholics support politics and military services, while Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t.
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Aug 6, 2011 · 1. Catholics and Jehovah’s Witnesses both base their teachings on the Bible. 2. They both believe in afterlife but in a different manner ‘“ Catholics on having immortal souls, while Jehovah’s Witnesses on resurrection of the dead. 3. Catholics support politics and military services, while Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t. 4.
Jehovah's Witness vs. Catholic Beliefs. How does one get saved? Repent of your sins, believe in Jesus Christ's death and resurrection to save you, be baptized, and do good works for the rest of your life. The 144,000 most faithful Christians will go to heaven; the rest will live on earth. Repent of your sins, believe in Jesus Christ's death and resurrection to save you, be baptized, participate in the Eucharist, and don't die with any unconfessed mortal sins.
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Jehovah’s Witnesses are among the most racially and ethnically diversereligious groups in America. No more than four-in-ten members of the group belong to any one racial and ethnic background: 36% are white, 32% are Hispanic, 27% are black and 6% are another race or mixed race. Most Jehovah’s Witnesses – roughly two-thirds (65%) – are women, while ...
Jehovah’s Witnesses identify as Christians, but their beliefs are different from other Christiansin some ways. For instance, they teach that Jesus is the son of God but is not part of a Trinity. By traditional measures of religious commitment, Jehovah’s Witnesses are one of the most highly religious major U.S. religious groups. Nine-in-ten Jehovah’...
Like many other highly religious Christians, Jehovah’s Witnesses tend to take conservative positions on social issues. For example, three-quarters (75%) say abortion should be illegal in all or most cases, while similar shares oppose same-sex marriage and say homosexuality should be discouraged by society (76% each). Roughly three-quarters of Jehov...
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“Christ is God’s Son and is inferior to him.” Given in support of this position are these verses: “And lo, a voice from heaven, saying, ‘This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased’” (Matt....
“Christ was the first of God’s creations.” Verses cited by Witnesses in support of this claim include: “He is the image of the invisible God, the first-born of all creation” (Col. 1:15). “And to th...
“Wicked will be eternally destroyed” (that is, no hell, just annihilation). Verses given in support: “Depart from me, you cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels . . . A...
“Taking blood into the body through mouth or veins violates God’s laws.” The Jehovah’s Witnesses are perhaps best known to other Americans as people who won’t allow themselves or their children to...
“A clergy class and special titles are improper.” In support of this position, Witnesses refer to these verses: “I will not show partiality to any person or use flattery toward any man” (Job 32:21)...